OPERATION EAGLE – REGISTRATION OF PUBLIC GRIEVANCE

For the first time in the history of Republic of India, the Prime Minister took the initiative to plan and execute a large-scale military operation without involving traditional military planners. This Public Grievance is asking the Government of India to show respect and give due recognition.

AWARD OF GALLANTRY AWARDS – INDO-PAK WAR OF 1971

MS-8466 Captain. R. Rudra Narasimham, AMC/SSC had served as a Medical Officer at Headquarters Establishment No. 22 from September 1971 to December 1974. He does not want to forfeit his right to claim the gallantry award of VIR CHAKRA which was recommended but not actually awarded.

MAJOR GENERAL SUJAN SINGH UBAN : THE FIFTH ARMY IN BANGLADESH

Major General (Retd) Sujan Singh Uban AVSM, the former Inspector General of Special Frontier Force had executed Operation Eagle in Chittagong Hill Tracts during 1971-1972.

1971-LIBERATION WAR OF BANGLADESH – FALLEN HEROES ON BOTH SIDES

Pakistan’s Lt. Gen A . A . K . Niazi signs the instrument of surrender on December 16, 1971 surrendering his forces to Lt. Gen Jagjit Singh Aurora Commanding the ‘ Mitro┬áBahini. OPERATION EAGLE 1971 – LIBERATION WAR OF BANGLADESH :     Prime Minister Indira Gandhi delivered the first blow to initiate the Liberation […]

GUNS, VICTORY AND GALLANTRY AWARDS- BANGLADESH LIBERATION WAR OF 1971

During the Indo-Pak War of 1971, the Medical Officer belonging to the Indian Army Medical Corps had displayed Courage while operating inside the enemy territory and in the face of enemy action. Being a Combatant, the Gallantry displayed by the AMC Officer deserves proper recognition.